Writer Amy Fung draws on the video work of Aleesa Cohene, a story about Alice Cooper and life in LA to reflect on race and visibility
A curator and translator reflects on the incongruities of translating iconic writing on conceptual art into Chinese—for the first time
How can immigrants in Canada engage with Indigenous art practices to reconsider reconciliation?
The late, famous New York photographer took “uncomplicated, direct photographs of complicated and difficult subjects”
As Cold War politics resurface internationally, we often forget how Canada’s 1950s cultural policy still shapes—and even strangles—the arts scene in 2018
How the hyper-masculine, homoerotic world of artist Tom of Finland became an unlikely inspiration for G.B. Jones's subversive queer aesthetics
“Interesting” might be a vague, meaningless way to describe art. It might also be at the heart of how art is given value, and is made political.
Technicians and installers are central to an art institution’s function. Why are they so often rendered invisible?
Those identified as women, in particular, are often told to just say no; they are also told, in actions and in art, that their no means nothing
The visibility of trans women in the arts has vastly increased in the past half-decade, but the sense of freedom has not.